‘Rines softball picks up first two wins of the season, look to grab number three
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Girls softball looks to run over the Poolesville Falcons today, April 4 at 3:45 pm. The team is coming off a tough loss against the Rockville Rams, and look to rebound today and hop back on the win train.
The team looked to tackle the Rockville Rams last Thursday, March 30. Coming off of two dominating wins against Kennedy and Wheaton high schools, the team looked to pick up their third straight win. Despite the winning mentality, the ‘Rines weren’t able to hold on to an early lead, losing 10-20.
Senior Claudia Rius looks for the team to improve on their mistakes in the future. “It’s the little things that we need to fix and if we do, we’ll win,” said Rius.
‘Rines softball looked to take down the Wheaton Knights on Monday, March 27. The team was coming off of their first win of the season, and wanted to capitalize on their opportunity to get two in a row. They were able to pick up their second win on the season, dominating the Knights with a score of 18-7. “I think we did really good, I think our communication is a lot better this year,” Rius said.
Wolverines softball dominated the Kennedy high school Cavaliers last Saturday, March 25. The team was able to run over the Cavaliers, beating them in devastating fashion, picking up their first win of the season. The final score was 34-11.
The team started off their season a week late, after their first game of the season against Walter Johnson High School, scheduled for Tuesday, March 21, was postponed due to inclement weather. Despite the cancellation, the team came out with a fire under them on Thursday, March 23, when they looked to conquer the Clarksburg Coyotes.
Sadly, the team wasn’t able to pull out a win against the Coyotes, losing their first game of the season. Even though they weren’t able to get the win, the ‘Rines learned a lot in their first game on the year, and know what they need to improve on in the future. “We worked together and we hit very well that game,” sophomore Jamie Carmichael said.
Look for ‘Rines softball to continue improving throughout the season, and take down Seneca Valley tomorrow!